Apart from my main moodle installation (which I keep updated to the latest version), I also manage a seperate single course on an old standalone Moodle 2.0.3 installation. Recently the PHP and PostgreSQL was updated on the server that houses these Moodle installations. This action had no consequence for the Moodle 2.4.x installation, but it has triggered an upgrade on the 2.0.3 install when I sign in as admin even though the codebase has not been changed.
When I try and follow through with the upgrade procedure I get this error:
Debug info: ERROR: relation "m_config" already exists
CREATE TABLE m_config (
name VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL DEFAULT '',
value TEXT NOT NULL,
CONSTRAINT m_conf_id2_pk PRIMARY KEY (id)
Has anybody got any idea what I can do? I don't really want to touch or upgrade the old Moodle in any way.